The very last event, on Havasu, the final Fantasy Fishing story was called You Should Have Chosen Evers. For BASSfest, the title is the same because, really, you should have.
No matter where you went at BASSfest, where the grounds at Paris Landing included over 150 vendor tents, there was something that made you feel encouraged about the future of fishing, particularly bass fishing.
It’s not the Bassmaster Classic, but this week’s BASSfest on Kentucky Lake has kind of a mini Classic feel.
See the pros hit the waters of Kentucky Lake for the first day of competition in the Zippo BASSfest at Kentucky Lake presented by A.R.E. Truck Caps.
BASSfest will be the official transition from the shallow events the first half of the season, to deep, summer fishing.
I think the biggest thing that determines my overall approach to practice is the tournament format – is it a multi-day event or a single-day shootout?
Mix it up between some young crankers and methodical veterans who know what to expect when banging heads on the ledges.
I have to admit, I’m really stumped on how the Lake Havasu Elite Series event turned out for me.